Every month we focus on an outstanding staff member of the BCM Family. This month, it’s Adrian Correa with the Baylor Improvement Group.
Do you know of a Baylor staff member who exemplifies our values of Respect, Integrity, Innovation, Teamwork and Excellence (RIITE)? Nominate him or her to be featured in Spotlight by emailing Dana Benson.
Name: Adrian Correa
Title: Manager, Performance Measurement
Department: Baylor Improvement Group
How long have you been at BCM? It will be 3 years in March
What’s your favorite thing about working at BCM? Having a direct impact on implementing solutions for operations at the College.
How are you coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, and how has it impacted your job and the clinic, department or office where you work? Lots of Zoom and Facetime with friends and family. I have also been exploring the different bike trails around the city to stay active. At work, my team has been remote, so we try to stay in touch with chat groups in Teams and Zoom Karaoke where we try to sing short songs and stay in sync. Tickets will be on sale soon.
Where were you born? Aguascalientes, Mexico.
What is your favorite kind of food? Mexican & Vietnamese
What is your favorite restaurant in Houston, and at that restaurant your favorite dish? Any of the curries at Street Food Thai Market
What’s on your music playlist? The latest additions to my playlist are Grace Davies, Daddy Yankee and Shawn Mendes.
What is your dream vacation? An unplugged week at Cinque Terre, Italy
What have you binged watched recently? “Kim’s Convenience”
Complete this sentence: Most people wouldn’t know that I… have lived in Alaska and Minnesota … after which, I don’t mind the Texas heat.
What are some of your personal hobbies? Reading, staying active, coffee and exploring all the great food spots around town.
Last book you read or podcast you listened to? Book: “How to Survive a Plague” by David France; Podcast: “1619” hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones.
Last movie you saw? “Death to 2020”
Any kids? Pets? Does my one plant count? Then, no.
Favorite food on campus? Poke in the Bowl
Favorite BCM/Medical Center hangout? The outdoor tables in front of Texas Woman’s University on a nice spring day